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Track maintenance & engineering - Articles and news items

New track switch could reduce rail disruption caused by points failures

Rail industry news / 28 October 2016 /

Loughborough University’s Control Systems Group has revealed a consortium, led by Ricardo Rail Ltd, will develop the first installation of a new track switch that could reduce rail disruption caused by point failures.

Infrastructure group calls for whole life concrete slab track solution

Railway Extra / 26 October 2016 /

Transport infrastructure association Britpave discuss the benefits of concrete slab track in rail investment

3rd Global Track Maintenance and Asset Management Congress 2017

Rail industry news / 6 October 2016 /

The only global conference on track maintenance & rail infrastructure asset management returns to Berlin…

Network Rail completes four-year track renewal programme in Yorkshire

Rail industry news / 19 September 2016 /

Network Rail’s specialist engineering train has completed a four-year maintenance programme on the railways serving Yorkshire…

New developments in on-track machines for narrow gauge track

Issue 4 2016 / 25 July 2016 /

MATISA Matériel Industriel SA has unveiled its two latest on-track machines (OTM), demonstrating new opportunities for narrow gauge track maintenance.

Network Rail completes Easter work programme despite storm conditions

Rail industry news / 29 March 2016 /

Network Rail has completed its Easter improvement works despite a large section of the UK experiencing poor weather conditions with the arrival of Storm Katie.

Bombardier to provide rail engineering education in Thailand

Rail industry news / 4 March 2016 /

Bombardier Transportation has signed an agreement to provide rail engineering education in Thailand, strengthening its position in key markets.

Network Rail prepares for Easter improvement works

Rail industry news / 26 February 2016 /

Network Rail prepares for one of the biggest investment programmes ever carried out on Britain’s rail network over the Easter period.

Funding announced for south west rail infrastructure study

Rail industry news / 10 February 2016 /

The Department for Transport and Great Western Railway (GWR) have announced funding for a study looking at improvements to rail infrastructure between London and Devon and Cornwall.

High speed handbacks: reducing delays and saving money

Railway Extra / 2 February 2016 /

Accuracy, quality and speed; how Network Rail are using ‘high speed handbacks’ to reduce delays and save the British tax-payer money

Rail development impact on the job market

Rail industry news, Railway Extra / 20 January 2016 /

Neil Wilkie of Fusion People looks at current and future rail development infrastructure projects and the impact they have on the rail industry job market helping to fill the skills shortage gap. Currently, the UK’s railways are undergoing several projects that will transform the rail network. Plans to unite the north and south with the […]

New railway engineering techniques reduce delays and save time

Rail industry news / 12 January 2016 /

New railway engineering techniques were applied by Network Rail over the 2015 Christmas period helping to reduce delays and save money.

 

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